Obituaries 01-02-2014

David Flynn

Retired Pipefitter, Member of Winthrop Elks

David E. Flynn of Winthrop, formerly of Revere, passed away at home after a short battle against cancer with his beloved wife, Marilyn and daughters, TerriEllen Wood of Vermont, Laurie Pangburn of Florida, Wendi Towers of Woburn and Bonnie Flynn of Revere and his dog, Annie at his bedside. He was 70 years old. A retired Pipefitter of Local 537, he was raised in Revere, graduated from Revere High School in 1961, married his high school sweetheart, Marilyn Ginsburg in 1962 and then moved to Winthrop. They were married for 51 years. He was accepted to Pipefitters L. U. 537 in 1963, served as vice president, delegate to New England Pipe Trades Convention, and the National Pipe Trades Convention and retired with 39½ years of service. Extremely patriotic, his passions included gardening, astronomy, boating, hunting and fishing. He was a member of Lynn Fish & Game Protection Association and participated in the first MA Hunter Safety Program and Young Water Fowlers Training Program. A member of the Elks Lodge 1078 of Winthrop, he enjoyed camping, hunting, and entertaining family and friends in Concord, VT and also Jamaica for the last 16 years. In addition to his wife and daughters, he is also lovingly survived by his son-in-law Mark E. Wood and grandchildren Becky and Zack of Vermont; son-in-law Michael Towers of Woburn, grandson Daniel Zizza of Salem and David Carver of Revere. Services will be held January 4 at Winthrop Elks 1078 from 12 to 4 p.m.

Virginia Everbeck

Devoted her Life to Family and Church

Virginia A. (Reed) Everbeck of Tremont. Maine, formerly of Winthrop, passed peacefully at home on December 6. She was 90 years old. Virginia devoted her life to her family and her church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston. She was a 50-year member of the Order of Eastern Star – Past Worthy Matron of Colonial Chapter and Past Grand Representative, a member of the Margaret Winthrop Rebekah Lodge #153. Filled with boundless energy, she directed musicals, volunteered, and in retirement enjoyed managing her Sunset Cottages in Richtown, Maine. The beloved wife of the late LeRoy P. Everbeck, she was the devoted mother of eight: the late Richard C., David R., and Donna E. Everbeck and five surviving daughters, Winifred J. Howie, Barbara L. Freeman, Elaine F. Domenico, Robin M. Charlton, and Karen T. Everbeck; cherished “Nana” of 15 grandchildren, and 21 great grandchildren. She also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, and supportive family and friends. Services were private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations will be gratefully received by the Christian Science Society, 39 Washington St., Ellsworth, ME 04605

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